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1 minute ago, Deestroy All said:

But has he won a game? I can’t remember. 

I remember him getting the bukake Gatorade shower.

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2 minutes ago, Old Man Rivers said:

The injuries were always going to come.

GWS can physically do anything they want & we don’t respond. Toby Green knee’s with intent to hurt on MacDonald, then our skipper cops a full on poor disguised punch in the face & just nothing.

softest team in the Comp by a fair margin.

Yep other clubs see us as soft and we are.

Its not just the injuries for me its the fact t hat Tmac, O mac, Viney, Gus, oliver, Garlett, Jones have gone so far backwards. 

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Get rid of the coach, the coaching panel, the recruiting team and don’t ever recruit players who can’t kick. Basic skills ffs!

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Goodwin could at least run through David King on the way out.

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7 minutes ago, rjay said:

That he's made the phone call to Clarkson...

I always knew Goodwin was a poor decision maker.
Gambling, peptides and taking the Melbourne coaching position.

Clarkson wouldn't touch us with a ten foot pole.

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For Gods sake people, other than our pathetic skills, which makes it impossible to watch,  did anyone think our Casey side would get within 10 goals of a full strength Giants.

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18 minutes ago, SPC said:

Let’s be fair, we have 12 guys who shouldn’t be praying seniors out there today

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1 minute ago, Clint Bizkit said:

I remember him getting the bukake Gatorade shower.

Love that flavour. 

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Demonland outdoing itself today.

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This is atrocious - what do they actually do all week when at training for inside 50’s!

also C Wagner and B Fritsch smiling after every GWS goal is doing my absolute nut in.

we are a disgrace.

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We need to make a statement and drop TMac

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Collingwood nearly won a flag with worse injuries. Richmond have a load of key injuries and are still winning games. Injuries are hurting us, but getting demolished by opposition coaches and our insipid ball use is hurting us more, and that’s coaching. 

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If Goodwin  mentions lacking forward connection or we will work on our forward craft I will fair dinkum spew.  Give us members some real answers 

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i don't understand why we're continuing with what's not working in terms of oliver, viney, harmes as the core trio in the middle alongside gawn

i'd try mixing it up - throw viney and oliver forward for petracca and brayshaw into the middle, for starters - brayshaw can't play anywhere other than in the middle anyway, so might as well play him there

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No effort = no result Just disgusted.

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I liked the decision to play Spargo and Lockhart as full forwards that quarter. Inspired move

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2 minutes ago, bing181 said:

Demonland outdoing itself today.

Id be sniffing glue without this site.

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48 minutes ago, Jaded said:

Having watched him on tv the last couple of weeks (whereas I normally watch the game live), and he is just not going into contests. Refuses to bend, tackle, or raise his arms. Can’t break out of a jog.  

I am going to assume he is injured

Back injury.?

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1 minute ago, whatwhatsaywhat said:

i don't understand why we're continuing with what's not working in terms of oliver, viney, harmes as the core trio in the middle alongside gawn

i'd try mixing it up - throw viney and oliver forward for petracca and brayshaw into the middle, for starters - brayshaw can't play anywhere other than in the middle anyway, so might as well play him there

There is no solid plan B - and thats the issue.

When he does finally make any sort of tangible change, its too late.

 

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1 minute ago, Leoncelli_36 said:

I liked the decision to play Spargo and Lockhart as full forwards that quarter. Inspired move

Meantime GWS have 3 fun key forwards. Kill me. 

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2 minutes ago, Jaded said:

Collingwood nearly won a flag with worse injuries. Richmond have a load of key injuries and are still winning games. Injuries are hurting us, but getting demolished by opposition coaches and our insipid ball use is hurting us more, and that’s coaching. 

This is why i think Goodwin has hit the wall. 

He knows it too i think...

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Just now, Clint Bizkit said:

I like Baker.

Too much speed and skill for me. Delist. 

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Steven May just sighted walking into the coaches box with a couple of pints for Goody, to prepare him for his presser.

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